“The Cecil Sharp House Choir are an incredible bunch of individuals that together create this soul searching sound. They were a dream to work with and listen to.”
Ben Eshmade, Daylight Music
The Choir is run by the English Folk Dance and Song Society (EFDSS) and has English folk song at the heart of its repertoire. It is currently led by inspirational choir leader, Sally Davies, who has composed most of the Choir’s arrangements. Sally will be stepping down as choir leader at the end of the 2019 Autumn term. An open recruitment is currently underway to find her replacement.
Since being formed by EFDSS in April 2008, Cecil Sharp House Choir has become known for its spirited and moving renditions of traditional songs. The Choir concentrates on singing a capella folk and traditional songs from Britain and beyond. It is un-auditioned and is for confident singers who are able to hold a tune and are keen to perform. There’s no need to read music – all songs are taught by ear.
Cecil Sharp House Choir has gone from strength to strength, performing regularly at Cecil Sharp House and at a host of other venues and events such as at the British Library, the Southbank Centre (Chorus Festival, Tapping the Source), Voices Now festival at the Roundhouse, the National Maritime Museum, Oslo Musikkfest and the House of Commons.
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